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Watch Sadiq Khan at Women's March London awkwardly sing Sister Sledge with protesters

The Mayor went to the 100,000 people strong march and found himself in the middle of the singers

Sadiq Khan got into the spirit - if a little awkwardly - at the Women's March London as 100,000 people marched against Donald Trump's presidency.

The Mayor of London, who attended the monumental event on Satuday (January 21) was captured on camera wedged between singers at the march.

The group, singing Sister Sledge's hit 'We are Family', surround the Mayor and get him to sing along - or try to.

Sadiq Khan was at the march yesterday which saw huge crowds at Trafalgar Square

Khan appears to be getting a little shy in getting his sing on though, as he takes a back seat and listens to the demonstrators instead, before adding a few lines here and there.

The march, led by the Women's Equality Party, was carried out alongside major cities across the world, including Washington.

Party leader, Sophie Walker, said: "This year I want to lead a party and a movement of women and men who will stand strong in the face of racism, sexism, homophobia and all other kinds of discrimination.

Organisers have said the turn out is 'incredible'. Pic: Womens March London

"We must unite to protect our rights in the face of a US administration and uncertain Brexit negotiation.

"We must protest an environment in which many minorities feel threatened.

"We must build tolerance and diversity at all levels of society."

The celebrity turnout included Charlotte Church, model and fashionista Alexa Chung, Emma Watson and even Ian McKellen.

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